This year, three new categories of awardees will be introduced into the Civil Servants of the Year Award. The three new award categories are Technical, Management and Middle Management and the change aims to broaden the scope of eligible nominees as part of efforts to revitalise the initiative.
Want to become a marriage officer in Jamaica? Well find out how on this week’s get the facts, stay tuned.
On this week’s get the facts, find out how the Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC) can help you to avoid bad purchases especially during this, the last leg of the back to school shopping period.
A charitable organization is any institution established to give back. Under the law, according to section 2 of the Charities Act, such organizations can be a charitable trust or any institution, established for that exclusive purpose. It can also be an institution which has no part of its net income or assets going towards the personal benefit of any governing board member, settler of the organization or of any other private individual.
Following the wedding, the marriage register must be submitted to the Registrar General’s Department in order for the marriage certificate to be processed, produced and printed. Five signatures must be affixed to the marriage register to make the marriage valid, those of the married couple, the 2 witnesses and the marriage officer. The initial documents that would have been needed to carry out a wedding in Jamaica include: a form of declaration and the Minister’s License both obtained from the Ministry of Justice.
How much do you know about tying the knot in this the land of sun, sea and sand? We explore this topic on this week’s Get the facts.
One nation, one people; that’s the theme for our 57th year of independence. The festival calendar got underway on July 27 with the finals of the Festival Song competition. Other activities already staged include: the National Independence Church service, the Governor General’s Independence reception and emancipation jubilee activities.
On this week’s Get The Facts, we continue talking about funding opportunities for Micro, Small and Medium Sized enterprises MSMEs through the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ).
On this week’s Get the facts, we talk about funding for Micro, Small and Medium Sized enterprises MSMEs through the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ).
On this week’s get the facts, we share trends relating to the Atlantic hurricane season and later, some preparedness tips.
Declaring bankruptcy is a legal process that reduces, restructures or eliminates the debt owed by a person (individual or corporate). An insolvent or a debtor under Jamaican law is a person owing a minimum of 300 thousand dollars and who is unable to pay that debt or has ceased paying it. They may live, own property or have a business in Jamaica.
On this week’s Get The Facts, we share dress protocol and military rites for the State Funeral of former Prime Minister Edward Seaga, Stay tuned.
On this week’s Get the facts, we’re looking at Former Prime Minister, Edward Seaga’s contribution to religion.
On this week’s get the facts, we’re talking about State Funerals and who they’re accorded to.
On this week’s Get the facts, more contributions of the Former Prime Minister, Edward Seaga, Stay tuned.
The National Heath Fund (NHF) officially introduced its 340 million dollar lupus subsidy programme on May 10. This means persons with that chronic illness can now join the list of citizens benefitting from the NHF card. On this week’s Get the facts, find out how to apply for the NHF card.
Each year, homage is paid to Jamaican workers for playing vital roles in nation-building. Yes, it’s almost that time again when we observe Workers’ Week and on this week’s Get The Facts, we share with you this year’s schedule of activities.
On this week’s Get the facts we give you ideas for projects you can implement in your neck of the woods this Labour Day and how to get them registered.
Are you a student or unemployed person aged 17 to 29 years old? Do you want to be meaningfully engaged this summer? If you answered yes to both questions, then today’s programme is for you.
On this week’s Get the facts, efforts to eliminate Gender-based violence in Jamaica and how you can play your part.